Beauty Trend Report: Fall 2010

Long, loose hair and dewy makeup took center stage in this relatively "au natural" season. We highlight some of our favorite runway looks.

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Long, loose, undone hair was the biggest trend of the runways this season. If this is how her hair naturally dries, this model at Ralph Lauren is the luckiest girl alive. If not, we need to find that hair stylist asap to create such romantic waves.
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Leave it to Oscar De La Renta to throw in the drop-dead glamour with gorgeous, bouncing curls that look so luxe against a ballgown.
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At Thakoon, the bouncing waves continued with perfectly undone, slightly wind-blown hair. Again, the look for fall is effortless and even a bit messy.
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And finally, a win for lazy girls! To get that greased up Alexander Wang hair, just skip a wash or two. You'll get that shine on the crown in no time. A sexy, smokey eye left over from the night before doesn't hurt either.
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Abbey Lee at Preen looks haunting (in a really good way) with silver and lilac eyeshadow, pale lips, and neatly pulled back hair.
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Proenza Schouler's bad prep school girl with thick, long bangs and wine-stained lips -- sure, it's dark, but keeping the eye makeup light makes the look wearable. We're investing in dark lips for fall.
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If the side braid's so huge for spring, maybe unraveling it but still keeping it all swept to the side like at Tommy Hilfiger is fall's extension. Super pretty and fuss-free.
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Hair accessories are back! The metal flowers in the hair Rodarte seemed to glow, taking a '70s hippy look very much into the future.
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A simple center part and bare face wonderfully suits Marc's younger line. Mothers everywhere rejoice!
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